By Nicholas Imfeld on January 18, 2012.
I’ve recently been reading a book entitled The High Performance HMI Handbook. Our Director of Engineering requested that I tackle this one and report back. As an integration services company that has developed hundreds of HMI applications of various shapes, sizes, complexity, and industries, we are always on the lookout for new concepts and ideas that we can implement to make our customer’s HMIs better. We want to be continually improving our practices and standards (after all, as a previous post said, our industry is always advancing, and so must our standards). So my mission is to read this book and see what we could learn and apply.